News Center -TDO-Kyrgyzstan's Ambassador to Turkey Kubanycbek Omuraliev hosted a reception at Ankara Swiss Hotel in consequence of the 28th anniversary of Kyrgyzstan's Independence Day.
Minister of Youth and Sports Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu, Chief Advisor to the President YalçınTopçu, Chairman of the Büyük Birlik Party Mustafa Destici, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism SerdarÇam, Vice President of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency Serkan Kayalar and many other guests attended to the reception.
Kyrgyzstan's Ambassador to Turkey Omuraliev, stated in his opening speech that Turkey has supports Kyrgyzstan and underlines that these two countries have the same language and religion.
“The deep ties of the Kyrgyz and Turkish nations in brotherhood, history and spirituality are the basis of a wide range of Kyrgyz-Turkish interests at present,” said Mr. Ambassador.
Now, the two sides are attempting to strengthen commercial and economic ties. The most important issues in this area, which will be held nearby, will be discussed in Kyrgyzstan-Turkey joint economic commission (JEC) meeting.
Kyrgyz-Turkish relations in the political calendar of the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pursuant to the invitation of the President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Ceenbekov 5. High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council official visit to Turkey is aimed at participating in the meeting. This official visit and its results will once again contribute to the relations of the two countries.
Minister of Youth and Sports Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu also made a speech and pointed out that Turkey was the first country to recognize the independence of Kyrgyzstan on 16 December 1991, recalled that the establishment of diplomatic relations on January 29, 1992 in the two countries.
“Our country will continue to support Kyrgyzstan with all its facilities and capabilities in the coming period, which is worthy of brotherhood among our people,” Minister Kasapoğlu added.
Minister Kasapoğlu expressed that they are very pleased that the meetings of the High Level Strategic Cooperation Council Joint Strategic Planning Group and the Joint Economic Commission, which allow the relations between the two countries to continue in the institutional structure, continue in the normal course.